Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
I haVE REPLACE THE 30 AMP PINK FUSE FOR WINDOWS/LOCKS/MOONROOF THIS KEEPS BLOWING OR BURNING FUSE WHAT COULD PROBLEM BE
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The power window/door fuse is located behind the coin tray on the bottom left of the dash? "You have to remove the coin tray. There is a fuse panel behind it. Next to that fuse panel are three bigger square fuse blocks. Two blue 40 amp fuses and a pink type C 30-amp rectangular block fuse. The power window fuse is the pink one. Unless you have very tiny hands you can't reach it. Now you have to remove the lower dash panel that is held on by four 10mm screws. Pop out the two square plastic caps on each side of the steering column to get to the two top screws." Good Luck!
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